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Zachary SCOTT
(Zach) - M
MYOG Drybag Hauler on 03/02/2013 16:57:32 MST Print View

So Inspired by the many other projects of a similar nature I started working on my own hauler for a drybag. I like the idea of having a drybag for a back and it being very simple and lightwieght while giving my gear protection. I made it from left over hardware from other projects and the material is only 1.9 ripstop that I found in the clearance bins at my local Joanns so we will see how well it holds up with use. Haven't quite decided on the type of straps and waistbelt I want to do so that will come later. Anyway, here are some pics. It has a small sleeve in the front that can be for maps, or even a light jacket as shown. Also some bungees to lash down anything else that may need to be access quick.The bag shown is a sea to summit lightwieght dry bag that has a capacity of 35 liters, alhtough I am not fond of the pumpkin theme I have going with the green and orange, the drybag was essentially free so I can't complain with that.hauler1hauler2hauler3hauler4

Edited by Zach on 03/02/2013 17:01:36 MST.

Madeline T
(madscot13) - F
cool on 03/02/2013 18:22:12 MST Print View

awesome bag. I hope to be able to post my own drybag pack soon!